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Miroslav Volf, Ryan McAnnally-Linz, Matthew Croasmun, Drew Collins, Evan Rosa
For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
What is a life worthy of our humanity? How can we live it? Featuring Yale's Miroslav Volf, Ryan McAnnally-Linz, Matt Croasmun, and Drew Collins for conversations exploring theology and culture. Hosted by Evan Rosa. A production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.
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4.9 stars from 157 ratings
Fantastic
Love listening to profound thoughts
dwmd1200 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/14/21
I found this podcast through an interview between Miroslav Volf and N. T. Wright.I was particularly interested in that conversation, but soon realized how how vast a treasure trove this podcast library was. I am constantly challenged by this content, and always look forward to tuning in to the...Read full review »
11Parsecs via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/21
Profound
Listening to th the conversation with N.T. Wright and Miroslav plunged me into deep prayer where one is led to Christ, beyond head knowledge to one’s heart. Thank you, thank you.
angela finnigan via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/28/21
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